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With business-friendly corporate laws, The First State is a haven for many large companies. As a result, more than 50 percent of publicly traded U.S. companies and 63 percent of the Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware. Unfortunately, this economic stability does not mean that the residents are impervious to debt. Many Delaware residents are in need of a credit card debt relief program and credit management help. The average resident of Delaware holds $5,234 worth of credit card debt.

We provide residents of Delaware with credit counseling services, debt advice, financial education, and also offer our debt management plan to qualified individuals.

Our counselors provide Delaware residents with accredited credit counseling and consumer debt solutions via telephone and the internet. Give us a call, or apply online on our online application

Testimonials from Delaware clients

“I really enjoyed the attention and the understanding that I received. I would definitely recommend these services based on my experience.”

“Everything was explained in detail.  You really helped me be at ease.”
-Patricia A. 

“I love the program. It was easy to get started, and then super easy to stick to! The auto draft helps ensure that the payments make it to you on time, and then you handle the rest. It is wonderful!”
-Kathleen M.


1) The average resident of Delaware holds $5,234 worth of credit card debt
2) Get a free credit counseling session
3) Pay off your debt in most cases within five years

American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) provides credit counseling, financial education and debt relief options for individuals and families with too much credit card debt or unsecured personal debt. Our certified credit counselors have helped thousands of consumers find credit card debt relief by learning how to reduce debt and how to get out of credit card debt. Our debt assistance services and debt management plans allow consumers to consolidate credit card bills into a single payment, and provide help with negotiating credit card debt in order to lower interest rates and finance charges, to ultimately eliminate debt through a credit card payoff plan.

American Consumer Credit Counseling - Consolidate Debts - Better Business Bureau American Consumer Credit Counseling - Consolidate Debts - Mass Housing Approved National Industry Standards for Homeownership Education and Counseling American Consumer Credit Counseling - Consolidate Debts  - Council on Accreditation American Consumer Credit Counseling - Consolidate Debts  - NFCC Member